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In order to expedite the completion of the new site plan, including a new roadway, parking lot, tennis courts, entrance and landscaping, the construction timeline has been accelerated. As such, the Squirrel Road entrance will close as of noon on September 27. Read about construction traffic patterns and parking here.

Luciana Jeler, Upper School French educator, received the Micheline Wentworth Global Scholars Program grant to create Faces of the Heart, which explored unity in diversity and sustainable living. Ellie Wasson’19 participated in this program in France this summer with 24 other Sacred Heart students from around the world. Read her reflection here.

Goal IV, the building of community as a Christian value, is a key component of the #ASHDifference. Activities that forge connections are especially evident as the school year gets underway. Take a peek at a few examples with photo galleries from KH Father/Son Weekend at Camp Westminster, MSG Grade 5 Service Retreat, MSG Grade 6 Service Retreat and an art experiential in the woods.

At the Academy of the Sacred Heart, we take pride in a rich history of educational technology with a focus on developmentally appropriate tools for students. Starting with our Primary students, we thoughtfully introduce technology use without losing sight of the need to develop critical social and collaborative skills. Read more

  • September 2016
    • TueSep27 LS St. Madeleine Sophie Awards
    • TueSep27 College Visit: Earlham College, IN 11:30 AMParlor
    • TueSep27 College Visit: Oakland University 2:30 PMParlor
    • WedSep28 KH Grs. 7 & 8 Parent Coffee 8:15 AM to 9:30 AMCyber Cafe
    • WedSep28 College Visit: University of Dayton, OH 2:30 PMParlor
    • WedSep28 US Junior and Parent Meeting 7:00 PM to 8:30 PMAuditorium
    • ThuSep29 LS Science Night 6:45 PMLS Classrooms
What's the ASH Difference?

ASH is part of a network of 24 Sacred Heart Schools in the USA / Canada and a global community of schools in 41 countries.

ASH educates boys from birth to Grade 8 and girls from birth to Grade 12.

The Class of 2016 was
awarded +$3.3 million
in college scholarship offers.